Indo-Pak Cricket Series coming Dec-Jan ! The thrill of Indo-Pak Cricket Matches !

BCCI has invited Pakistan Cricket Team for 3 one-day and 2 twenty20 matches coming December – January. This is the first series since the 26/11 terror attack for which India pointed out Pakistan’s involvement.  Pakistani President has welcomed the offer and has written to Indian Prime Minister on the matter!

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Well, it is the intensity and thrill of India Pakistan Cricket match which never ceases to look like a war where winning is the only result both countries expect!

 

 

Mumbai Potholes replace Maternity Wards ?

No matter how much annoyed Mumbai is with the potholes on its roads, there never seems to be a solution to the problem since ages.With the monsoons hitting the city, the matter turns worse. But seems not all is bad about those bumpy ride of Mumbai streets packed with traffic and potholes. They seem to have replaced the Maternity Homes, at least in two incidents,in a month’s time. Two women have given birth while on their way to the maternity homes, crossing the stretch of potholes, boarded in auto-rickshaws. Astonishingly, the doctor claims(in the recent case) that the bumpy ride allows easy delivery of baby without putting much pressure on the womb !

Well, seems like Mumbaikers have got a reason to cherish the existence of the annoying potholes of the streets ! 🙂

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P Chidambaram mocks at Common Man ?

Home Minister,P Chidambaram’s statement on common man – “we are prepared to pay Rs 15 for a bottle of water, but we can’t bear to pay Re 1 more of 1 kg of rice or wheat, we are prepared to pay Rs 20 for an ice cream cone, but we can’t pay Re 1 more for one kilo of wheat or rice” has been criticized by opposition party BJP who believe Chidambaram does not understand common man’s problems !

Well, rice and wheat is consumed on a daily basis hence even an increase of a Rupee would affect every concerned household compared to the cost of ice-creams and bottled-water which are consumed less frequently.

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